Latest Clathrate hydrate Stories
The captain of one of two Russian-owned submarines said that the vessels would be able to cap the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.
A series of newly discovered pits in the bottom of the Hudson Canyon, 100 miles southeast of New York Harbor, may be a key ingredient for the abundant and diverse marine ecosystem in and around the canyon.
Scientists from the Marine Biogeochemistry and Geology and Geophysics sections of the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) organized and led a team of university and government scientists on an Arctic expedition to initiate methane hydrate exploration in the Beaufort Sea and determine the spatial variation of sediment contribution to Arctic climate change.
Scientists worry that rising global temperatures accompanied by melting permafrost in arctic regions will initiate the release of underground methane into the atmosphere.
The most exotic frozen cocktails on Earth wonâ€™t be found in a chic restaurant or trendy bar. Scientists are mixing up these icy concoctions in a rather nondescript laboratory not much bigger than a janitorâ€™s closet. The surroundings are spartan, but the recipes theyâ€™re using are out of this world.
First time release of gas, water and solids observed in an ancient geologic setting.
Chemists at the University of Liverpool have developed a way of converting methane gas into a powder form in order to make it more transportable.
Text of report in English by South Korean newspaper Choson Ilbo website on 25 July [Original headline: "Korea To Develop Gas Hydrate Near Dokdo"] The government wants to develop gas hydrate near Dokdo [Liancourt Rocks] as a means to strengthen its dominion over the islets in the face of renewed Japanese territorial ambitions.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/432d0e/fundamentals_of_th) has announced the addition of the "Fundamentals of the Global Oil and Gas Industry, 2008" report to their offering. Demand for energy is surging.
By Anonymous Gerald D. Holder, the U.S. Steel Dean of the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering, received the 2008 William Metcalf Award from the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania (ESWP) for his lifetime achievement in engineering.
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